In my view it all depends on what type of day it is - trending or choppy.
This approach is very similar to my own, but i'd be interested to know if you have some method for deciding early on in the session which is a trending and which is choppy and difficult ride. The trending day is always easiest to handle - i go play my guitar in another room and set Sierra to give me a very loud telephone ringIf it's a trending day then I will stay in through the retracements because these tend to be just small pullbacks. If the market is a little jittery and feels unbalanced then I trade each swing. On a trending day I will set a stop and sit back or pootle around the house, but on a choppy day then I take 2 points here and 1.5 points there on ES.
It might be for you, but it's not for me!Les Carlin said:The trending day is always easiest to handle - i go play my guitar in another room and set Sierra to give me a very loud telephone ring
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